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Addictive Kale Chips

1 large bunch flat leaf kale, stemmed and cut into pieces

1/4 cup raw tahini

1/2 lemon, juiced

1 small garlic clove

2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar

2 tablespoons Bragg's Aminos (or coconut aminos, Nama Shoyu, Tamari)

2 tablespoons filtered water

2 heaping tablespoons nutritional yeast

 

Wash kale, remove from the stem and cut into bite pieces and place in a large bowl.  Blend or whisk together remaining ingredients and pour over kale. Work the dressing into the kale by massaging it in by hand, this make take a few minutes (put some love in there!)  The kale should begin to soften and relax. You can eat this as is or place in a dehydrator set at 110 degrees for about 6 hours.

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Kale chips are the bomb!  I will always love them!

Too ironic!  I just made a bunch of cheezy kale chips this past weekend and I gulped them down a few days ago.  Going to do it again though.  Thanks for the video!

Yum! from one Kale addict to another!
Kale makes me happy, happy, happy!!

We love Kale Chips!!!!!  YUM  

 

I love your videos, Michelle! (Have I said that before?? Yes, I do believe I have!) :)  Anyway, I still have some kale in the garden, albeit curly, and frost is forecast, so your timing is perfect, and I like the look of this recipe. (Thanks to Penni, too - although I might not have found the recipe without Michelle's help!)  The kale will be gone in a flash...

I'll be back in 30 days my friends.... I'm in "Kale" Rehab Clinic.... It's not looking to good for me.  Please pray my strength... LOL

 

Kale Chips, Marinated Kale Salad, Kale Smoothie, Kale Chips, Kale Chips, Steamed Kale, Kale Chips... Did I say Kale Chips.... YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS, I so luv Kale!

i am assuming these chips are raw.  :)  and they sound DELICIOUS.  i'll be buying some kale today.  :)  THANKS, Michelle!

We are kale addicts in this house too. I literally cannot make it fast enough to actually end up with kale chips. Between me, my hubby and my four kids, it is a rare thing if there are any left in the dehydrator by the time they are actually chips. It makes me smile because I know they could be gorging on garbage and this stuff is so dang good for them. I'll have to try this recipe. It looks yummy and I love tahini dressings.


The recipe I use isn't really a recipe as it's just super simple. Put the washed, de-stemmed kale in a bowl, drizzle on olive oil, massage well, sprinkle generously with garlic sea salt, mix, dump on a bunch of nutritional yeast and mix gently. Then dehydrate. When I make this, my daughter will yell from her bedroom, "I smell kale chips!!!" before I even have them in the dehydrator :) It's a good, good thing!

I find that the curly kale is more tender and makes lighter crispier kale chips.

My grandchildren eat it out of the dehydrator , so by the time they are totally done... they are gone!!!  

Yay... kale chips

FYI  Dinosaur, Lacinato, Tuscany, and black cabbage all describe the same cultivar of kale.  The seed companies try to add their variation of a name to distinguish their seeds from other companies.  There is a cross between "flat leaf" and curly that's out there also, as well as redbor and blue scotch or any other name.  The nutrition is in all of them ;-)
Thanks, Michelle!  I always make my kale chips the same way - with a red pepper based sauce that I love!  And I always make extra too for salad dressing, but I am going to mix it up and try this recipe next time. Love your videos! "...in the refrigerator" HA HA! My daughter said, "Mom, she sounds just like you!" LOL

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